Relatively unknown tech manufacturer Blazepro has created a wireless sensor bar for the Nintendo Wii console, giving users the opportunity to ditch the unhealthily long cable that comes with the system.
Entertainment Software Ratings Board president Patricia Vance has issued a response to a recently issued "report card" from the National Institute on Media and the Family, calling the rating "grossly misrepresented".
Universal today released some facts on usage of special Web-enabled content that is available on several of its HD DVD movie titles.
If Halo 3 has caused your Xbox 360 to crash, then you've experienced the complaint behind a new class-action lawsuit targeted at Microsoft and Bungie.
The Nintendo Wii is the most sought after Christmas toy, at least in terms of Internet search requests, according to a new online metrics report.
Majesco Entertainment today announced the availability of Left Brain Right Brain, a new DS game that it says can help users become ambidextrous.
Beijing (China) - China is known for creating pirated versions of DVDs and even video games, but now it is also the home of a cheap version of an entire gaming console.
James Wong takes the credit for inventing the strikingly similar-looking Wii clone. In addition to making the console look very realistic, Wong has created a "Vii" remote that also mimics its Wii counterpart.
The Xbox 360's fall Dashboard update is now available, highlighting the new ability to download original Xbox games.
Nintendo today detailed how online multiplayer will work with the upcoming Wii game Super Smash Bros Brawl.
Microsoft today announced that it has cut prices on five of the best-selling Xbox Live Arcade games.
Sony will begin offering an on-demand video service for the PS3 next year.
Konami recently said in an interview that for its Playstation 3 exclusive Metal Gear Solid 4 to be worth the investment, it needs to sell one million copies in the first day.
Researchers from the University of Michigan have completed a landmark study which compares violent video games and television footage against other health risks like smoking and AIDS. L. Rowell Huesmann and Brad Bushman combed through previous research dating back to the 1960s and claim that violent content is almost as bad as smoking.
Manchester (England) - Environmental agency Greenpeace isn't sharing in the fun of the innovative Wii console, and instead is blaming the console's maker Nintendo of not having "any environmental credentials."
Over one million Blu-ray movies have been sold in Europe, accounting for nearly three-fourths of all high-def discs in the overseas continent.
Version 0.7.7 of the PS3's online community Home is now available, although the software program is still restricted to people who have received an invite from Sony.
Foster City (CA) - Right before Christmas, Sony will launch a new batter pack for the PSP that it claims doubles the playtime offered by the current battery.
Though geared more towards the slimmer model of the PSP that was launced this year, the "Extended Life Battery Kit" is compatible with the original version of the device as well. The kit includes a 2200 mAh lithium-ion battery pack, which provides enough extra juice to double the life of previous models.
Microsoft today launched Asteroids and Asteroids Deluxe on the Xbox Live Arcade, along with the promise of several more classic Atari titles.
Microsoft has announced some details about an Xbox Live dashboard update in December, addressing digital download Xbox titles and more social networking functionality.